Memphis journalists talk big stories of 2013

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Norris discusses 2014 Tennessee legislative session

“Behind The Headlines” hosted Tennessee Senate Majority Leader Mark Norris on Dec. 20, discussing the upcoming legislative session and the city of Memphis’ pension problems. [Related article: Norris Expects Maintenance of Effort for Pensions]

City funding for AutoZone Park and Crosstown

This week on “Behind The Headlines” (Dec. 6): Memphis City Council member Lee Harris and Sears Crosstown redeveloper Todd Richardson discuss the role of city funding in the Crosstown and AutoZone Park projects.

Holiday help for homeless Memphians

This week on “Behind The Headlines” (Nov. 29): A look at homeless outreach efforts during the holiday season, with panelists Sally Jones Heinz of Metropolitan Inter-Faith Association (MIFA), Estella Mayhue-Greer of Mid-South Food Bank, and Barbara Tillery of The Salvation Army Memphis. [Related article: Needs of Homeless Change During Holidays]